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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Peucestas, Satrap of Persia, i. 307, 308 5

death of, 309 5 310
Peukelaotis  (the  lower  Swat valley), i.

289

Phaleron, i. 205, 217, 218
Phanes of Halicarnassus, i. x68
Pharasmanes, King of Iberia, i. 404, 406,

413

Pharnabazus, Persian Satrap, i. 242, 245
Pharnaces (son of Mithridates VI.), i. 372,

38*
Pharnaspes, father-in-law of Cynts the

Great, i. 164

Pharsalia, Battle of, i. 381, 383
Phasis, River, i. 370, 491
Pherecles, Seleucid governor, i. 331
Philetaerus, founder of the state of Per-

gamus, i. 319
Philip Arridaeus, i. 305-306; death  of,

39

Philip of Macedon, I 252 $ character and
genius of, 253-254 j battle of Chaeronea,
254-255 5 elected Captain-General of
Hellas, 255 ; assassination of, 256 ; 259,
262, 310, 367,423

Philip III., King of Spain, ii, 274

Philip V. of Macedon, i. 339 5 spoliation
of Egypt, 340 ; 341, 342, 343, 350

Philip, son of Cassander, i. 314

Philippi, Battle of, i. 383, 384

Philippicus (brother-in-law of Maurice), i.

5*7.

Philistines, the, i. 340

Philostratus (historian), i. 395, 398

Phocaea, i. 159

Phocas, Roman Emperor, i. 521, 522

Phocians, the, i. 214, 254

Phocis, L 215

Phoenicia, i. 163, 167,  173, 198, 201,

zxo, 227, 229, 230, 231, 248, 262, 270,

271, 297, 300, 352, 370
Phraataces, King of Parthia, i, 403, 404,

405

Phraates I., King of Parthia, i, 346, 355
Phraates II., i. 356, 357, 360, 370
Phraates III., i. 371, 373
Phraates IV., i. 387, 389, 390, 391, 394 ;

murder of, 402-403 ; 404
Phraortes, the Mede, i. 125, 128,  129,

145, 171, 189

Phriapatius, Parthian King, i, 346
Phrygia, i. 137, 159, 175, 237, 248, 265,

266, 306, 3x3, 322, 361, 521
Phthaauarsus (son of Kobad), i. 480
Pilpay, tales of, i. 497
Pindar, i. 260
Piraeus, i. 367
Pir Mohamed, son of Jahangir, ii. 213,

216

Pishdadian Dynasty, i. 141-142, 144
Pis-idia^ i. 237, 265, 266
Pisistratus, Athenian noble, i. 199, zoo

Pison, River, i. 24
Pithon,   Satrap  of   Media,  i.  307-308 j
murder of, 309
Plataea, i. 182, 206, 213 j Battle of, 221-
223 j 224, 225, 233
Plato, i. 4975  *33
Pliny, i. 33
Plutarch, i, 236 footnote, 278, 279, 304;
on  Demetrius',   3x3,  314;  371,  372,
373. 377. 378, 379)  3**, 3^9, 395,
399
Pollard, Professor A. F., i. 186 footnote
Pollio, Trebeliius, i. 433 footnote
Pollock, General, ii. 436, 467
Polo, game of, i. 507-508
Polvar, River, i. 191
Polybius, i. 324, 326, 332, 350, 351
Polyperchon, Regent of Macedonia, i, 308,
309
Polytimetus, River (the modernZerafshan),
i. 288                f         ^
Polyxenidas, Seleucid admiral, i. 344, 345
Pompey, i. 367; career in the East, 368-
369 ; Mithridatic war, 369 et seq.; and
Phraates III,, 371 ; result of campaigns,
372 J 373) 379 5 c*v^ war wfth Caesar,
381-382; 419 5 ii. 209
Pontus, i. 3x9, 322, 350, 357, 362, 367,
368, 369, 371, 372, 382,407
Poole, R. $., ii. 348 footnote
Porter, Sir Robert Ker, i. 188 ; ii. 427
Portugal, intercourse with Persia, ii. 270;
expeditions against Hormuz, 270-273 j
Persian appeal to, 303-304
Porus, King, Alexander's  battle with, i.
290-293 ; 454
Posidonius of Apamca, i. 327
Po-ss, Chinese name of Persia, q.v,
Pottery, Persian manufacture of, ii. 289-
290
Pottinger, Eldred, ii. 406, 431, 432
Poura (or Pura) (the modern Fahraj), i.
297, 298
Praaspa, city  of (the modern Takht-i-
Sulayman), i. 38$, 442
Prester John, i, 496 5 ii. 147
Prexaspes, Persian nobleman, i. 117
Priscus, Statius, Roman general, i. 414
Procopius, Roman general, i. 452
Prometheus, legend of, i. 143
Prophthasia (capital of Sistan), i. 326
Propontis, i. 254
Prosopitis, Island of, i, 229
Psammetichus, King of Egypt,  i.  x68,
206, 228
Psyttaleia, Island of, i. 2x7
Pteria (Hittite capital), i. 155, 175
Ptolemais (the modern Acre), i. 335
Ptolemy,  King of Egypt, i. 256,  306,
307, 309, 3x0, six, 3x3, 3145 table of
descent from, 315 footnote \ 319, 320,
3*8 336 340, 342, 3^3